Re: Mongolian Encoding

From: Andrew C. West (
Date: Mon Dec 16 2002 - 10:47:40 EST

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    Thanks for all the documents you have sent me off-list. I am looking forward to
    reading them, although I suspect it will take me some time to digest their
    contents ... good thing Christmas is just round the corner. It's good to know
    that people are working on Mongolian, as it really is difficult to follow from
    the published documents.



    On Mon, 16 Dec 2002 07:33:37 -0800 (PST), "Martin Heijdra" wrote:

    > Andrew:
    > A small group has been working on these and other questions for a while now,
    > after the last group of questions raised on Mongolian on this list. I will
    > get in contact with you separately with some of our work.
    > For the moment, in short: yes, use the TR170 document, especially its
    > detailed examples (which are fuller than the textual explanations, and have
    > implications not explicitly stated); there is a Chinese book called
    > Mengguwen bianma which at parts is fuller and more explicit. There are still
    > some rare cases not covered by either.
    > Martin Heijdra

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